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Rogue’s Rolling Thunder Imperial Stout returns with a bigger, bolder flavor(September 19) -Brewed with ingredients grown at Rogue Farms and ocean aged in Dead Guy Whiskey-soaked handmade Oregon Oak barrels coopered at Rogue’s Rolling Thunder Barrel Works, Rolling Thunder Imperial Stout is the culmination of a long journey from bark to bottle. Complete Story
  

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Rogue Ales Hot Tub Scholarship Lager fosters future fermenters
(September 19) -When Daniel Sharp earned one of three inaugural $10,000 Jack Joyce Scholarships in 2014 for his Fermentation Science studies at Oregon State University, he paid all of his school expenses and had a little left over. So he did the most Rogue thing he could think of and bought a hot tub. Complete Story

New Holland Spirits Earns "Michigan Distiller of the Year" at the 2017 New York International Beverage Competition
(September 19) - The New York International Spirits Competition (NYISC) held their 8th annual spirits judging on April 23, 2017 to name outstanding artisan spirits from across the world. NYISC is the first competition to be founded in the International Beverage Competition Series and the only international spirits competition judged by real trade buyers. Complete Story
 
Lady Brewers Signing Up Craft Beer Lovers for October Beer Tour to Bavaria
(September 19) - The initiative is spearheaded by the nonprofit Oregon-based Pink Boots Society, a platform for lady brewers and women professionals in the beer industry, founded ten years ago. Pink Boots has chapters in 40 states and ten countries around the world. These ladies know their beer. Complete Story
 
Fly To The Great American Beer Festival With Craft Beer Pioneer Jim Koch
(September 18) - Flying’s just become a little more fun, for at least one evening. Sam Adams beer creator Jim Koch is hosting his first-ever in-flight beer tasting on a JetBlue flight from New York to Denver October 5, where he’s going to participate in the sold-out Great American Beer Festival. Complete Story
 
Maui Brewing Releases Mosaic Mo'Betta Double IPA
(September 18) - Maui Brewing Company is pleased to announce the limited release of Mosaic Mo’Betta Double India Pale Ale, available in cans for the first time. Originally brewed in December of 2015, this imperial IPA has become a favorite among Maui Brewing fans. Complete Story
 
Bar Specializing in Craft Beer and Vinyl Records to Open in New York City
(September 18) - Chris Maestro, a former educator and brewery manager, plans to open his “dual passion project” BierWax at 556 Vanderbilt Ave. near Dean Street, inside the old Bopsot space, by the end of the year combining his love of local beer and music, he told DNAinfo New York. Complete Story
 
Brewery launches craft beer that helps support Tennessee State Parks
(September 18) - Guests at Pickwick Landing got the opportunity to spend their Sunday enjoying the scenic views of the state park while enjoying a brew that supports it. Tennessee Brew Works from Nashville launched its first craft beer that benefits parks across the Volunteer State. Complete Story
 
Scofflaw Celebrates One Year Anniversary with 19 IPAs
(September 17) - To celebrate an inaugural year of unprecedented growth for a new Georgia craft brewery and to say thanks to its fans, Scofflaw Brewing Company held a One Year Anniversary Party on Saturday. In keeping with the brewery’s independent attitude and to mark the recent change in Georgia beer laws, Scofflaw will open its tasting room and outdoor beer garden to all. Complete Story
 
Rogue’s Rolling Thunder Imperial Stout returns with a bigger, bolder flavor
(September 17) - Brewed with ingredients grown at Rogue Farms and ocean aged in Dead Guy Whiskey-soaked handmade Oregon Oak barrels coopered at Rogue’s Rolling Thunder Barrel Works, Rolling Thunder Imperial Stout is the culmination of a long journey from bark to bottle. Complete Story
 
Wachusett Pop-Up Brings Recently Launched ‘Brew Yard’ to Boston
(September 17) - Wachusett, which is located about 50 miles west of Boston and is known for its sports-themed “City of Champions” line of brews – Green Monsta IPA, Bella Czech Pils, Brewin’ American Pale Ale and Larry – recently purchased and converted an old Airstream into a mobile bar capable of pouring beer and hard seltzer from 16 draft lines. Complete Story
 
Brewers Stamp Out the Stigma of Recycled Water with Craft Beer
(September 15) - Three brewing companies in the Denver area have begun brewing beer made from recycled water. Lone Tree Brewing Company, Lost Highway Brewing Company and 105 West Brewing Company received shipments of direct potable reuse water produced by a mobile water treatment plant this week; the 330 gallons of water delivered to each brewery are earmarked to become Colorado’s first craft beer from recycled water. Complete Story
 
10 great breweries where the scenery’s as good as the beer
(September 15) - With the explosion of craft breweries, good beer is more accessible than ever. But some places are worth an extra trip just for the scenery. “There’s a huge variety of beer experiences all over the world,” says Robin Barton, who helped produce the new book Lonely Planet’s Global Beer Tour. Complete Story

Shiner Beers Contributes $100,000 in Hurricane Irma Relief
(September 15) - The Spoetzl Brewery in Shiner, Texas, craft brewer of Shiner Bock, announced today a $100,000 contribution to non-profit organizations to support Hurricane Irma relief efforts in Florida. Complete Story
  
Yuengling Brewery Donates $50,000 to Support Hurricane Relief
(September 15) - Richard “Dick” Yuengling, owner of D.G. Yuengling & Son, announced today that the Yuengling will donate $50,000 to the American Red Cross for hurricane relief. “Our hearts go out to those who have been impacted by Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Harvey’s destruction,” said Richard “Dick” Yuengling. Complete Story
 
Top 10 biggest US craft beer breweries
(September 15) - If you thought the craft beer bubble was about to burst, think again. Whilst Europe may lay claim to a rich beer heritage, America has proven to be at the forefront of the craft beer industry. This year alone the US craft beer sector soared 10% in value to $23.5 billion; this represents 21.9% of the US beer market value. Complete Story
 
'Something for nothing': New laws leave a bitter taste at Texas craft breweries
(September 15) - For Michael Peticolas, the owner of Peticolas Brewing, the new bill has no immediate effect. This year, his brewery will produce roughly 5,000 barrels. But as his operations and other breweries grow, he sees distributors getting “something for nothing” from beer makers. Complete Story
 
B16 States With the Best (and Worst) Craft Beer Scenes
(September 14) - Some of the United States’ most renowned independent breweries are crafting some of the world’s best beers. But not every state is on equal footing when it comes to the craft beer scene. Based on an average of the Brewers Association’s rankings for total number of breweries, the number of breweries per capita (100,000 people age 21 or older), and the number of gallons per person age 21 or older, here are the eight worst and eight best states. Complete Story
 
Slow Pour Brewing Company, Gwinnett's first brewery, to open this weekend
(September 14) - Gwinnett County’s first brewery is ready for its big debut. Slow Pour Brewing Company will open to the public Friday from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. and again on Saturday from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. Complete Story
 
Guinness brewery in Baltimore Co. readies to start making small batches, taking visitors
(September 14) - Guinness' first U.S. brewery in 63 years is almost ready to start brewing small batches of beer and welcoming visitors in Baltimore. Guinness brewers said Wednesday that they expect to begin using a newly installed two-barrel test brewery on the Relay site early next week. The news comes a month after the iconic Irish brewery was awarded a liquor license from Baltimore County. Complete Story
  
Big beer cannot emulate craft, says Sierra Nevada founder, Ken Grossman
(September 12) - Multinational drinks organisations attempting to buy up the craft beer market will never be able to lead the way in innovation, according to the founder of the world’s first craft-beer brewery. Complete Story

Starr Hill Brewery gives exclusive sneak peak inside facility set to open Saturday(September 12) - Starr Hill Brewery, which opens this week, gave WSLS 10 an exclusive sneak peak inside its facility where construction is down to the home stretch. The brewery, located next to Starbucks near Jefferson Street, is the oldest craft brewery in Virginia. Complete Story
 
Mason, Ohio first brewery, Sixteen Lots Brewing opens this week
(September 12) - Mason's first brewery is inspired by the city father, and it's opening this week. Sixteen Lots Brewing Co. will open at 753 Reading Road on Sept. 15. The brewery is being opened by a former Sunny Delight executive and an engineer. Complete Story
      
Stone Brewing Collaborates with NOFX on Punk In Drublic Hoppy Lager
(September 12) - When Fat Mike called up the guys at Stone Brewing, their first response was, “where’d you get my number and why are you calling at 3 a.m.?” Things progressed and a beer was brewed. Complete Story
 
Thirsty, St. Paul? Brewery boom continues with 5 more on the way
(September 12) - It used to be that craft beer nerds living in St. Paul had to cross the river for some variety — there just weren’t enough breweries in the Capital City to satisfy us. But now some of the metro’s best breweries reside squarely in the 651 area code. Complete Story
 
Fat Head's Brewery, Jameson Whiskey team up for 'Drinking Buddies' program
(September 12) - This year, the whiskey maker is holding its first beer and whiskey festival in New York with the long-winded title, "Jameson Love Thy Neighborhood Brewery Fest in Support of New York Restoration Project." It's Saturday, Oct. 14, in Brooklyn, N.Y. Fat Head's is the only brewery from Ohio participating in the collaborative project, which involves Jameson sending whiskey barrels to the breweries, who then make a beer and age it. Complete Story

Barrels & Bottles Announces New Head Brewer
(September 12) - Earlier this summer Barrels & Bottles Brewery hired Greg Moore to direct brewing operations at its 3 BBL brewhouse in downtown Golden. Moore comes to the brewpub with several years of brewing experience at Colorado breweries. Complete Story
  

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The Ultimate Craft Beer Name Generator, According to the Internet(September 12) - With more than 5,000 breweries in the U.S., there are seemingly endless new beer releases. This crowded marketplace is great for fans of creative and classic beer styles. However, it also means that brewers are stuck looking for names that haven’t already been used. Complete Story
 
The 19 Types of Beer Snobs, Ranked by Obnoxiousness
(September 11) - As craft beer has grown from a scrappy upstart confined to a few regions to a huge industry with a major presence in every state, beer snobbery has grown up along with it. However, not all forms of snobbery are created equal -- some are mildly amusing, others are downright infuriating. Complete Story

 

 





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